Every pound received makes a difference and helps us to keep that vision alive.
Did you know?
It costs approximately £150,000 a year to run the workshop and maintain this unique facility. Following referral service users purchase a placement at the workshop, through the Direct Payment scheme, but funds to cover utility costs, rent and general maintenance still need to be raised through fund raising events during the year. All monies raised or donated are gratefully received by all involved with the running of the workshop.
See below for a number of ways that you can help us to continue our work at SCB.
Legacy, Leave a Gift in Your Will
- As a not-for-profit organization, SCB often seeks additional sources of funding to continue providing safe and secure environment to help our service users experience what many people take for granted; the opportunity to mix with others, take part in the world of work and learn new skills.
- As such, every pound received makes a difference and helps us to keep that vision alive.
- So although we really understand that first and foremost, you’ll want to take care of those who are closet to you, we would be delighted to receive any donation – however small in your Will.
- If you would like to make a provision, you can be sure that this will help SCB achieve our ambition to support those who want to achieve their potential but were not able to find the opportunity in the wider world of work.
- Once you have decided to leave a legacy, you should have a Will drawn up by a Solicitor to include your wish. Click here to find a Solicitor in your locality. OR If you have already made a will, but you want to leave a legacy to Supported Community Business Limited, you can make an addition or change it without re-writing your current will. This addition is called a codicil.
Please download the codicil form and take it along to your solicitor.
(*Please note however that this form is not legally binding on its own and has to be part of your main will. We advise you to seek the advice of a solicitor.If you have any questions about writing a codicil or updating your will, you should seek advice from a solicitor or professional adviser.)